News of Note—Fast times at Telenor; Adtran, FiberWise to offer gig service in rural markets

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Based on tests conducted in the second quarter of this year by Ookla, Telenor is laying claim to having the world's fastest mobile network. (Pixabay)

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> Based on tests conducted in the second quarter of this year by Ookla, Telenor is laying claim to having the world's fastest mobile network. Press release

> Four electric co-ops in Tennessee and Alabama have picked Adtran and FiberRise to provision gigabit services to their rural markets. CED article

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> VMware user group VMUG, which is a nonprofit entity, now has roughly 125,000 members worldwide. SDxCentral article

> Its business as usual for ZTE after the recent lifting of a ban that prevented the Chinese telecommunications vendor from conducting business in the U.S. Reuters article

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